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* [[Event-related potential]]
 
* [[Event-related potential]]
 
* [[Postactivation potentials]]
 
* [[Postactivation potentials]]
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* [[Somatosensory evoked potential]]s
 
* [[Steady-state evoked potential]]s
 
* [[Steady-state evoked potential]]s
 
* [[Visual evoked potential]]s
 
* [[Visual evoked potential]]s
 
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

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Studies exploring the electrical activity of parts of the nervous system is an important aspect of electrophysiology and an important tool in cognitive neuroscience. For example, being able to measure the characteristic electrical response to various types of stimulation has helped us map the path of particular efferent and afferent nerves

Brain rhythmsEdit

Evoked potentialsEdit

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